I'm having a hell of a time. Every time I boot up my computer (unless I get really lucky), I get to the Windows logo screen, and I see all the pixels of my monitor flashing really fast. Really, the only way I know how to describe it is ... it looks like static on the TV, but I can actually see the picture behind it. After Windows loads, I can see my desktop, I can see my start-up processes starting up, but it's all behind this cover of pixels that look like TV static. Rebooting a few times DOES fix this, but it's been hell. Here's the weird part. This has happened before. I replaced my video card and it seemed to fix the problem. That was more than six months ago. Now ... here's the REALLY weird part. The first time it happened, it was after I had just moved into a new place. Now? I just moved into another place. I am guessing it's my graphics card (NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT OC), but I really don't want to have to buy a new one. Is it ... loose? Would love some help Oh, and sometimes, not all the time, as the start-up processes are starting, the monitor turns on and off. Sometimes it does this, and sometimes it's stable (but static-y). Thanks in advance.